- Symphony of the Night
- Resident Evil
- Chrono Cross
Judging by the screens, people may think that Murdered: Soul Suspects is a survival horror title, especially with the pics of the demons. It is far from that, as it tells a solid story and is more categorized as a suspenseful thriller. The lack of challenge in the game and the redundancy really hurt the title in the long run. The game is more similar to the likes of Heavy Rain, as it seems like more of an interactive movie. While the game looks and runs great, it certainly will not be for everyone.
Abyss Odyssey is going to appeal to a certain audience. If you are one with that audience, you will truly enjoy the experience that this game has to offer. For casual gamers, the difficulty might be too much, but it is an adventure game that you basically just jump into.
Everything fans loved about the original Resident Evil: Remake on Gamecube has literally been duplicated and brought over to the HD Remaster. Fans will appreciate this as mainly a new coat of paint was added to the visuals. Anyone that has had interest in stepping into the series might appreciate the alternate control scheme and vary levels of difficulty to choose from. Bringing this title to the modern, high definition age was an excellent idea as Capcom has succeeded in bring a classic back to life from its library.
Revelations 2 has its moments as the game includes a lot of easter eggs for fans of the series. The Raid Mode is a fantastic and addictive game mode that is worth the price of admission alone. It tells a sufficient story, but the new characters do not really stick out. The cooperative A.I. is as diverse as ever, but the intelligence behind it has much to be desired.